Jammu Kashmir: BSF passing out parade for 459 recruits held in Srinagar

SRINAGAR: A passing out parade for 459 Border Security Force (BSF) recruits was held on Monday in Humhama, Budgam district, central Kashmir.

Rajiv Rai Bhatnagar, Advisor to the Lieutenant Governor of Jammu Kashmir, who was the Chief Guest, said that the BSF, as the "first line of defence," has not only effectively guarded the borders since its inception, but has also made significant contributions in combating foreign-sponsored terrorism and internal militancy with unmatched valour and steely determination.

The chief guest asserted that the BSF, with efficient mechanisms and response systems, was fully prepared to meet the mammoth challenges, highlighting the importance of close cooperation and coordination among different security agencies in order to eliminate terrorism and narco-terror threats that emanate across our borders.

In his remarks to the recruits, Bhatnagar praised the parade's high point: an outstanding display of self-confidence, competence, and picture-perfect coordination. He congratulated the recruits on their decision to join the BSF and encouraged them to serve the country with courage and zeal. The Chief Guest presented medals to recruits who excelled in a variety of indoor and outdoor sports.

The march was attended by senior officials of the Border Security Force, other security forces, and parents and family members of the trainees. The trainees developed expertise in handling various types of weapons, firing skills, law, drill, and border control during the course of 44 weeks of training.

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